Author has written 29 stories for Harry Potter.
Welcome to my profile. Credit for my avatar goes to my best friend Asebi. :)
I am an undergraduate student studying English and mathematics. I am actually done with the English portion, really, so it'll be mostly math from here on out.
I like to talk a lot on the Internet, but in person I'm pretty shy; eye-contact is usually an issue. I am definitely an introvert; I don't leave my house if I can help it, and social gatherings terrify me. (What do I say? What if they don't like me? Etc.)
I have a soft spot for cats.
I am currently reading Philip K. Dick's work, and in general I love dystopian stories. I am trying to get into science fiction in general, but it's slow going, especially when I don't have much free time to read.
Anyway, that's all I can think of to say. Feel free to PM me if you want to chat; I'll try to hold a conversation the best I can. :)
What I Read and Write on FanFiction.net
Well, I am a Drarry shipper. Let's start with that. If your story is M-rated and Drarry, chances are high that I've read it. I am branching out, though, and I don't believe in bashing other people's ships.
Why Drarry? Well, I grew up liking it for some reason, and I see no particular reason to stop now. I have read literally thousands of Drarry stories, and I know the ship tropes like the back of my hand. By now, I have developed my own idea of what Harry and Draco should be like, which might deviate from canon. For this reason, I only write post-Hogwarts Drarry fics, because then I can actually justify them being different from canon. Also, I have no interest in revisiting the past and trying to change it. I generally try my best to write something new for the ship because 1) it's fun and 2) I don't fancy trying to compete with others who have exhausted a particular trope (i.e. Harry and Draco are stuck in a closet or they are magically bonded together through a potion).
I could write other fics, yes, but I rarely get inspiration for them. One exception is this Greengrass siblings story kicking around in my head right now, but I have yet to feel inspired enough to put it down on paper. We'll see. I am also attempting to write a Harmony, but that is dependent on the fickleness of my muse.
If you ever have a story that you really want me to read and review, just PM me, but please don't do this unless you actually want constructive criticism. When someone goes out of their way to ask for a review, I take it very seriously.
Otherwise, I am lazy when it comes to reviewing, because I usually read stories furtively in my bed in the middle of the night when I can't fall asleep, so by the time I finish reading, I've fallen asleep and can't be arsed to review anything. If I give you a favourite, though, know that that means I really enjoyed your work; I am trying to be more selective about favouriting.
Things I can't stand:
-SPaG errors. If your summary has even one typo, I'm not going to read your story.
Things that will attract me:
-A good summary. (Although this is hypocritical of me, because my own summaries generally suck. Stupid word limits.)
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Words of Wisdom
"A penis isn't just a sexual organ. It's a way of life." -Mark Geoffrey Norrish
"Some people just don't think with their full brains. Or even have one." -erm31323
My muse is not an actual person; he or she is the conceptualisation of my drive to write, to construct these little worlds for my own enjoyment and also secondarily for yours.
I find elements of my muse in almost everyone I interact with, because there is always inspiration to be found in sustained conversation. Even those who hurt me can provide a spark that might ignite my next story, although of course I would prefer that all those people die off-screen in a fire.
Sometimes my life gets hectic. When I fall in love with a concept, I fall hard, dropping almost all my other responsibilities to chase after a love that might even be fruitless and futile. My situation is always in flux because I just keep chasing after my muse and finding myself in god knows what sort of situation, time and time again.
My muse is an infuriating creature, too fluid to hold and too alluring to give up.
I'll win one day.
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